[ US /ˈfoʊkəɫ/ ]
[ UK /fˈə‍ʊkə‍l/ ]
  1. of or relating to a focus
    focal length
  2. having or localized centrally at a focus
    focal point
    focal infection
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How To Use focal In A Sentence

  • Most men have ability enough, if they could only focalize it into one grand, central, all-absorbing purpose, to accomplish great things. How to Succeed or, Stepping-Stones to Fame and Fortune
  • The colour is a focal point on one wall and adds a bit of personality. Times, Sunday Times
  • Calculate the equivalent 35mm film focal length from the AOV AOV = arctan (28.62/72) * 2 Netvouz - new bookmarks
  • The lenses used in security cameras can be monofocal or varifocal. Varifocal Auto | Surveillance
  • They were focally positive for gastrin, somatostatin, and pancreatic polypeptide but tested negative for glucagon, serotonin, insulin, and inhibin.
  • A focal area of hyperpigmentation with an associated crusted lesion was over the left midclavicular area.
  • Then my mind wandered to how Marija Gimbutas and others have earned a bad rap for their insistence on skewing historical perspective with their matriarchal/matrifocal ideals of an 'Old Europe', i.e. Matriarchy and women rulers
  • The laser beam for Raman excitation was focused to a static diffraction limited spot in the center of the focal plane.
  • Like many African families, these Creole families are matrifocal, centering on the mother's lineage, with strong traditions of women working outside of the home.
  • The design of contact lenses can be divided into spherical, toric and multifocal.
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